Cameroon qualify for 2017 African Cup of Nations
Last Updated: 04/06/16 10:26am
Cameroon became the third team to qualify for next year's African Cup of Nations after a 1-0 victory over Mauritania.
Edgar Salli scored the only goal of the game after 29 minutes when he shot into the top corner from long-range to secure Cameroon's place in Gabon.
Mauritania could still qualify for the finals for the first time as one of the two best second-place teams from the 13 qualifying groups.
Four-time winners Cameroon now join Morocco and Algeria, who had already qualified, while Gabon has a place as 2017 host nation.
Meanwhile, Tunisia won 3-0 in Djibouti to go top of Group A, a point ahead of Liberia, who will play Togo on Sunday.
Morocco drew 1-1 with Libya in Tripoli, with the home side equalising in injury time through Sanad Ouerfeli.